Posts Tagged: interior design

Going for the Gold at High Point

Whether brass, gilt or gold leaf, tones of gold at High Point added a luxe touch to many showrooms. Charlotte Moss‘ new collection at Century included timeless decorative pieces such as the Beaufort chair and ottoman in a charming faux bamboo that would add instant chic to any room.…

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Feeling Blue at High Point Market

While other shades have come and gone, the staying power of blue at High Point this spring market proved the universal popularity of the hue. Whether fashion forward Yves Klein cobalt, classic navy or the pop of peacock, blue was prevalent in almost every showroom I visited.…

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More Tabletop Creativity from the Lenox Hill Gala

Each year, in anticipation of the Lenox Hill Gala, I wonder how designers will top their creations from previous seasons. And each year I am amazed at the innovative ingenuity displayed. From towering to (not quite) tiny, the table decorations ranged in size and extravagance but none lacked creativity.…

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Springing into Great Design

As I was looking at my calendar today, I realized they should probably rename spring the season of great design. From High Point Market, to the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala to the semiannual upcoming Tabletop Market, to Design on a Dime and Kips Bay in April, there will clearly be a lot of noteworthy design news to share.…

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Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala

It was a Spring Affair at the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala Wednesday night as designers presented their visions for the theme at 50 spectacularly decorated tables. Honoring Thomas Edelman, long term board president of the well respected and popular nonprofit, media sponsor Veranda chose a well rounded list of distinguished designers, with editor-in-chief Clinton Smith and design and decoration editor Carolyn Englefield serving as two of the Design Chairs.…

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A Fresh Take on Tradition at High Point Market

Classic shapes and materials, historical allusions and an abundant use of trim and appliqué are just some of the themes seen at High Point, reinforcing the fresh take on tradition that’s been percolating in the world of interiors. Alexa Hampton‘s rooms at Hickory Chair were a knock-your-socks-off sophisticated ode to French mid-century design.…

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The Designer Showhouse at Sotheby’s | Part II

As we continue to look at the Designer Showhouse at Sotheby’s, the middle room, created by Ryan Korban, was designed as a grand hall.
Ryan Korban for the Designer Showhouse at Sotheby'sphoto courtesy of Sotheby’s
As a transitional room, it packs a glamorous punch. While filled with elaborate period pieces, the space still feels modern with its dramatic contrast of black and gilt.…

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Sotheby’s Designer Showhouse

Last week, Sotheby’s debuted its inaugural Designer Showhouse, partnering with its 1744 Young Collectors Club, targeted toward those just starting to build collections. To illustrate how art and antiques can successfully add to the mix, the auction house invited six interior designers to comb their inventory for pieces featured in upcoming spring auctions for inclusion in their individually designed spaces.…

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Final Favorites from the AD Home Design Show

March went out like a lion not just in terms of the weather but also with the intensity of the design calendar. With so many events on the horizon, I’m feeling the pressure to share all that I’ve seen lately before I’m overwhelmed with even more!…

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l’Art de Vivre at Gaggenau

A celebration of luxurious creative collaboration marked the debut of the new Gaggenau showroom and intimate JCB Lounge last week. Bringing together the best of l’art de vivre, the cutting edge German brand, along with the Boisset Collection and Caesarstone partnered with event sponsors Bernardaud and Baccarat for a truly marvelous experiential evening.…

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